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Cradle Of Filth Comments On Canceled Show In Ecuador

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Cradle of Filth has issued the following statement about the band canceling a show in Ecuador:

"Everyone involved with the band, and especially the band themselves are deeply distressed over the cancellation of our show in Equador this Friday. This is the second time we have had to pull out of a concert in Equador (the last cancellation being due to airport closure as we were circling the runway!). Unfortunately this time has been due to several reasons, including severe weather conditions stranding half the band's crew, deep 'contractual' problems, plus flight-booking f**k-ups.

"It is a regrettable situation to be in, but unfortunately an impossible one at this particular time to rectify. Our sincere apologies go out to all the fans we have disappointed by this very well thought out decision, the band feeling even worse about it as we are all stuck in cold, redundant limbo for two days.

"As for the rest of our South American tour, all other shows are definitely on, the first being on the twelfth at the Teatro Metropol, in Bogotá, Colombia. This very Sunday. We can't wait, though once again, I 'd like to apologise to all our loyal, disappointed fans in Equador. We are so pissed off that this has had to happen.

"All the very best, A deeply annoyed Dani Filth."

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